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I've just come to that conclusion.This comes after a morning of being followed to the toilet, wanting to sit in my seat or on me, wanting my food/drink but not their own and fighting over toys.Bedtime can be just as bad. They want to be in your bed and steal all the space, paws/legs in awkward places.Buggers.
Ha ha - I completely agree with this! Especially to trying to follow into the toilet - and crying if you shut the door!!Our little cocker has to be close enough to somehow be touching us at all times. When cooking she'll wriggle between my legs and the kitchen units - even if it means she gets stuck!!Although at bedtime she doesn't want to be anywhere near us and then is like a sulky teenager who grumbles if you so much as try and get a cuddle!!Wouldn't change her though!
They turn into stroppy teenagers lol
I describe mine as a toddler with teeth
We have come to this conclusion, and cats are furry teenagers. Sometimes I can just see her going 'Oh my God youre so embarrassing!' 'Why cant I stay out????' 'Im starving! I cant eat this!' :P
I've just been out splashing in puddles with mine. Not sure who had more fun! Puppy definitely has more staying power for puddle fun than the DDs ever did as toddlers mind
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